Anya Schumacher - Cranial Therapy and Biodynamic Osteopathy

Anya Schumacher BSc(Hons), Ost DO

Anya utilises all treatment modalities osteopathy has to offer – from manipulation through to cranial work. Anya enjoys treating all ages, with a special focus on cranial and biodynamic osteopathy.

Wiki's personal experiences.
"I’m always happy to see Anya, she is a wonderful person, and has helped me with many physical aliments over the years. From work related back pain to repetitive strains from making my natural skincare.
I have been to Anya for osteopathic treatment post-birth pain, (although at the time we didn’t know I had not been incorrectly sutured during my first c-section) - It is also very effective in the treatment of postnatal depression.
I’ve also had a lot of cranial therapy from Anya, which is amazing!
Both of my kids have been seen by Anya - for post birthing check ups and for physical pains.
She is a busy Osteo but worth the wait for any WOF check ups. And if she’s too busy one of her amazing colleagues at Kilbirnie Osteopaths will be able to help you - as they have me”.

Kilbirnie Osteopaths
1/22 Bay Road, Kilbirnie Plaza,
Kilbirnie, Wellington 6022

To book an appointment you can call or email.

p: 04-973 8758
e: admin@kilbirnieosteopaths.co.nz


Background: 
Anya graduated from the European School of Osteopathy in England in 2002, and moved to New Zealand five weeks later. 

Anya worked at the Twig Centre in Lower Hutt for two-and-a-half years before moving to Auckland. There, she lectured on osteopathic principles, and tutored the fourth year students in the teaching clinic of the Masters in Osteopathy course at Unitec from 2005 to 2008 before moving back to Wellington, and starting work at Kilbirnie Osteopaths.

Anya was a committee member for the Osteopathic Society of New Zealand for three years, and developed the Osteopathic Clinic Manuals which are now used nationwide. She was the peer group leader for Wellington from 2008 to 2012.